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Old 10-22-2008, 01:19 PM   #1
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Post Lead biting pup

Hi everyone! Regarding the problem of my pup biting the lead whilst on walks, I went out and bought a chain lead. I just walked him and it was so much easier, he tried to bite it a few times but found he couldnt keep it in his mouth, so he gave up...how long this is going to last i dont know but ive got my fingers crossed.

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Just be aware that if you need to gather the lead up for any reason & puppy surges ahead you could hurt your hands. At my obedience club we suggest to ppl that they use a soft lead. A chain is good though if you need to tie puppy up for a short time.
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